A donation to AICARM is good for the heart

With a donation you offer AICARM APS the possibility of developing projects and initiatives to improve the quality of life of those affected by Cardiomyopathy and their families.

Choose the way you prefer to offer your support to AICARM APS.

Giving is a simple gesture but it makes a difference

Make a donation to the Association AICARM APS allows to achieve the purposes for which AICARM was established, in particular:

  1. Helping poor patients to be able to take advantage of reimbursement of expenses to carry out necessary analyzes or procedures, in reference centers of excellence
  2. Contribute to the realization of scientific research projects aimed at increasing knowledge in the field of Cardiomyopathies
  3. Allowing the increase of communication between patients and Cardiomyopathies experts, i.e. creating a communication network between patients and Cardiomyopathies experts at national and international level
  4. Improve the quality of care in patients with different types of cardiomyopathies
  5. Disseminate information on Cardiomyopathies, including those of genetic origin, including epidemiology, diagnostic methods and therapies, also using IT tools and organizing regional or national conferences
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Tax benefits - Useful information on the taxation of donations

With the third sector reform (art. 83 of Legislative Decree 117/2017) the donor is allowed 2 alternatives for donations made to AICARM APS.

Based on your income and taxable income, you can choose between:

  • deduce the amount donated with no absolute limit but within 10% of the total declared income.
  • tax reduction (tax deductions) 30% of the amount donated (for a maximum total amount not exceeding € 30.000)

For example, if a natural person donates € 100,00, he can choose between:

  • decrease your taxable income by € 100,00
  • remove € 30,00 from the taxes due

Eg if a company donates € 1.000,00 it can consider this amount as a cost and consequently decrease the profit on which taxes are paid (up to a maximum of 10% of the total declared income).

The choice between the two alternatives (deduction and deduction) depends on the level of the donor's income: for incomes exceeding about 29 thousand euros (not taking into account the types of income and many other variables) it is usually more convenient to apply the deduction.

In the case of deduction, if the total income declared in the year does not allow for the entire deduction, the donor can deduct what is not used in the following years up to the fourth year.

To deduct or deduct the amount paid, it must be "traceable", that is, it must be made with Bank transfer (or check, credit or debit card, Paypal, postal slips, etc.), attaching the receipt issued or the document proving the payment to the tax return.

Tax benefits

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